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 It’s the perfect finishing touch: personalize your Paper Shop packaging with these impressive letterpress style Artisan Accessories. Antiqued yet still modern, textured and stamped yet still sleek, each template includes the text graphic in both dark and light versions. The full bleed layouts showcase your images in the largest possible frame. Make your packages extra special by customizing the accessories for each client, or keep a stash of generic stickers on hand to use in any situation. Upsell these products to your clients as stickers, tags, and bookmarks that are giftable to family and friends, or repurpose for blog & social media promotions or sneak peeks. The artisan design of these accessories enhances your reputation as a studio with a boutique point of view. Packaging Accessories: Artisan Edition at a glance: 8 customizable Photoshop templates Fully layered Photoshop PSD files Special thanks to Taylor Lord Photography for the lovely images in our samples.




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